Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Tutorial + Giveaway / Warm and Cozy Infinite Scarf


I had a chance to work with this delightful fabric Primrose Garden, which is a new line from Riley Blake. I am sharing a tutorial at their blog today. Please head over to check out the tutorial and say hi. :) Oh, but wait, there is more...

I decided to make an infinite scarf with very plush fabric for the up coming season. Guess what, I made one for me, one for Rachel, and one for... YOU! I can't remember the last time I held a giveaway with my own creation, and I thought it would be fun.

Does this interest you???




Here are the rules.

1. Leave a comment here --- One entry

2. Follow me on Instagram (it is on my side bar) --- second entry

3. Lave a comment on my tutorial post at Riley Blake blog. --- third entry

That's it! I will run the giveaway til Midnight October 14th and announce the winner on the Morning of the 15th. Please email me with your shipping info so I can send you the scarf. If I don't here from you in 48 hours, I will pick a different winner.

Good luck everyone and thank you for visiting!

62 comments :

  1. My husband said I will look good in this scarf and I am always feeling cold so I hope I will win it.

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  2. How beautiful this is - I would love one of these!

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  3. Love the scarf. You did a great job and the fabrics you used look great.

    (I don't use Instagram, but have already posted to the Riley Blake blog before coming to your blog. The posts on their blog must be set to approval as my post did not show up yet)

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  4. You always make the cutest items, that's a lovely scarf.

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  5. How beautiful - - - and cozy, too!!!
    kimmie

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  6. Very very pretty and warm I am sure - especially for a Wyoming winter! I also commented on the Riley Blake blog - first one! Thanks I really enjoy your blog and use many of your tutorials!

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  7. What a great idea for an infinity scarf! Love the fabrics.

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  8. This is such an unusual scarf, but I love everything about it. The combination of fabrics make it gorgeous. I would have never thought of this!

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  9. This is beautiful! Thanks for the tutorial and giveaway!!

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  10. I'm following you now on Instagram.

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  11. This is just wonderful!
    I love the contast of the shaggy fabric with the beautiful floral!!
    Thanks for the tutorial AND the giveaway.

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  12. Do we leave a comment here for the extra steps we've taken?
    I have no instagram but I left a comment on the Rilaey Blake Design blog.
    Or at least I think I did.....I don't know if I got a notification that my comment was being reviewed....
    I suppose I'll try again.

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  13. I tried to comment on your pretty scarf over there but I'm not sure if it showed up.

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  14. That is beautiful! It will be great to have pop of yellow and blue colors in winter.

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  15. Fabulous- count me in please!

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  16. I see Christmas gifts in my future? Thanks for the tutorial. I really like your fabric choices. Will follow you on instagram.

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  17. this looks incredibly cozy!!

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  18. I commented @ riley blake blog too1

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  19. Looks like a very nice warm scarf. Matsche.christine@yahoo.com

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  20. Whst a beautiful scarf! Thanks for the chance!

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  21. I totally need this in my life! Love it!

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  22. Left a comment on Riley Blake's post, too! :)

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  23. So excited to be following you on Instagram, now! helengentz

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  24. Oh MY!! You are SEW creative!!! This print is adorable & I love that fluff!! Thank you very much for your efforts & for sharing! Good Luck to ALL!!!
    kweenbee_612@yahoo.com

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  25. I love this scarf! What a unique project idea.

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  26. I am your newest instagram follower too!

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  27. Simply beautiful. I will need one...as soon as it cools down in California!

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  28. That is so pretty, I love the combination of fabrics

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  29. I love scarfs, and this one is beautiful!

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  30. This is super cute and cozy! I would love a scarf like this for the Winter!

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  31. Looks very snuggly...hoping I win! Love it!

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  32. Very beautiful! Love this scarf. Thanks for the tutorial. :o)

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  33. Great scarf would love to own one.

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  34. I am in LOVE with this scarf, it just looks so yummy and fun to wear! My daughter's baby is due on the 14th! This Nana needs something stylish to wear!

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  35. The scarf is sooo pretty, and will be so warm this winter. Thank you for the tutorial, and the Giveaway.

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  36. I am following you on Instagram!!!

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  37. I LOVE this scarf!!! I was so excited when I saw you were giving one away! Thank you for the chance & the tutorial!

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  38. This is gorgeous! I would be honored to win one of your creations.

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  39. such a cool scarf! I cross my fingers to win it!
    (sorry, have no Instagram)

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  40. This scarf is gorgeous - thanks for the chance to win it! Thanks for the tutorial too.
    Pauline

    perry94022 at hotmail dot com

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  41. I love your blog and all the great things you share. I'm really tired of hateful comments. It is cowardly and just plain mean.
    This scarf is adorable! I love the fuzziness.

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  42. This is such a pretty scarf, I love it! Would be so wonderful to make for gifts. Thank you for sharing with us. :)

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  43. So cute!! Could totally use one of those, especially if our Canadian winter is anything like last year!!

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  44. I'd love to win your beautiful scarf! You are so talented :0)

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  45. I love your blog too. Everything about it is so feminine and lovely. The scarf is totally awesome. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  46. That is beautiful... would be perfect as winter will be here before we know it!

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  47. What a pretty and super soft scarf - great idea to use a furry fabric - especially wonderful for cold, windy days.

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